Reviews - Historical

Hope’s Betrayal

Hope Tyler is forced by life’s cruelties to seek illegal means to feed herself and her family through smuggling. While dangerous,  she reasons it is still safer than outright stealing. Of course, that is until trouble abounds and she gets caught!

During the turbulent times in medieval England, known to many as the Crusades and the Robin Hood era, an unconventional love story begins.  Guy of Gisborne escorts the Lady Ysabel from Aquitaine to her childhood home of Moncrieff after the death of her mother.

The Virgin Huntress

Stepmothers are evil. Proof: Cinderella, Snow White, and basically every fairytale that has stepmother in it. So, can Lady Vesta Chambers really be blamed for feeling threatened by her new stepmother Phoebe and her dad’s love for her? When the opportunity arrives for Vesta to escape her evil clutches (i.e.

Trusting the Law

Grace‘s desperate state has forced her into a life of crime. After all, being an owner of a bar that serves bootleg liquor is a dangerous avocation in Chicago in 1922. Prohibition is in full force, and anyone suspected of selling (or even drinking) it, is considered a criminal.

Word and Deed

After Verity Favian’s father dies unexpectedly (as unexpected as it can be when the poor man was murdered), she finds herself in a dicey situation.  As a witness, she’s in a very dangerous position -  killing her might make people suspicious, but she can’t be allowed to roam free and share her knowledge. The solution – marry her off to the highest bidder – Lord Silvanticus.